Delhi is filled with beautiful galleries. Some showcase contemporary art while others focus on modern art forms. But have you ever wondered what happened to those art forms that are inspired by our tribal areas? India is known for its diverse cultural & heritage value and to preserve tribal art form, the Indian government along with other organisations are making an effort to do exactly that.
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- If you’re an art lover and want to see art inspired by tribes of India you can’t miss visiting the Must Art Gallery.
- It’s the first art gallery in the world dedicated entirely to the Gond community tribe art. Their art is distinguished by patterns of dots and dashes.
- You can spot paintings, sculptures which are represented by a lot of international artists.
- Under the same roof, resides Gallerie AK which specializes in all forms of traditional, contemporary and modern art.
- Apart from having an impressive collection of about 3000 art pieces they also sell books on various tribal art forms.
- That you visit the place whenever you get the time to!
- The place is open on all seven days, so drop by any day!
Location | S-67, Panchsheel Park, New Delhi.
Time | 11.00 a.m to 8.00 p.m